News file for: Chinese Academy of Sciences
Using a naturally occurring protein, scientists have designed a drug nanocarrier that can deliver high doses of cancer drugs to tumors.
The MoU between IHB and the University of Ottawa includes research symposia, exchange programs and joint projects.
The fossilzed claspers of armored fish are the most primitive vertebrate sexual organs described to date.
Scientists have found an ingenious use for cigarette ash, turning the porous material into an efficient arsenic water purifier.
Scientists have developed a faster and more efficient way to 3D print metal objects, special inks that print in the liquid phase.
The extraordinary migratory behavior of Monarch butterflies is largely determined by a single gene, scientists say.
While scientists haven’t been able to find sterile neutrinos yet, they now have a better idea of where to look for them, thanks to results from Daya Bay.
The Sahara desert is four to nine million years older than originally thought, scientists say.
Dr. Tan Tieniu from the Chinese Academy of Sciences has been elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering.
The discovery of three squirrel-like fossils in China suggests that mammals first appeared much earlier than previously thought.